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Rodman, F. (1987). The Spontaneous Gesture: Selected Letters of D. W. Winnicott. Cambridge, MA / London: Harvard Univ. Press.

Rodman, F. (1987). The Spontaneous Gesture. , 1-203. Cambridge, MA / London: Harvard Univ. Press.

The Spontaneous Gesture: Selected Letters of D. W. Winnicott

Edited by:
F. Robert Rodman

Contents

Preface ix
Acknowledgements xi
Introduction xiii
Letters 1-126
Winnicott's Correspondence 199
Index 205 (Not available in PEP Archive 1)

Preface

I had no way of knowing that publication of the letters of D. W. Winnicott was being planned when, in 1979, I wrote to Dr. Winnicott's widow, Mrs. Clare Winnicott, and asked whether I might edit them. I had just reread his response to a paper I had sent him in 1969. In its length and openness, his letter was more than a reply; it was a gift. It seemed likely that many other correspondents

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